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Options April 19, 2011

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Trust  Candy Walls   Options single  Sacred Bones  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Blouse  Into Black   Options single  Captured tracks  0:04:57 (Pop‑up)
Boo Radleys  Let me be your faith   Options Single (B side)  Creation  0:08:27 (Pop‑up)
Triosk meets Jan Jelinek  Vibes/Pulse aka Righteous E.S>T.   Options 1+3+1  scape  0:11:32 (Pop‑up)
One Am Radio  Sunlight (Prefuse 73 remix)   Options   Dangerbird  0:15:27 (Pop‑up)
Free Design  I found love (Styrofoam+Sarah Shannon remix)   Options   Light In The Attic  0:19:21 (Pop‑up)
Matthias Schauffhouser  Desire (Donna Regina remix)   Options Single  Force Inc.  0:22:18 (Pop‑up)
Zamaane Ko Dikhana Hal  Dil LanaKhel Hai Dildarka   Options OST    0:31:14 (Pop‑up)
Bim Marx  Love Me Baby   Options S/t    0:36:20 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
Barry Devorzon 
Jelindas Theme   Options Nadias Theme  Arista  0:45:50 (Pop‑up)
Peter Link  The Mighty Gents   Options single  Mighty Gents  0:46:28 (Pop‑up)
Rocco  Sweet Kisses   Options s/t  20th century  0:50:41 (Pop‑up)
Delores Hall  The weight shifted to my side   Options s/t  RCA  0:53:45 (Pop‑up)
Sister Rosetta Tharpe  Dont take everybody to be your friend   Options Gospel Train    0:57:45 (Pop‑up)
Soulful Dynamics  Saah Saah Kumba Kumba   Options single  Decca  1:00:07 (Pop‑up)
Nico Gomez And His Afro Percussion Inc.  Baila Chibiquiban   Options   Omega International  1:01:57 (Pop‑up)
Supremes  High Energy (FU Edit)   Options     1:04:51 (Pop‑up)
DIT  Long Gone (Prins Thomas edit)   Options   Past Due  1:08:59 (Pop‑up)
Fotomaker  Lightening Strikes   Options   Atlantic  1:13:59 (Pop‑up)
Visitors feat. Sal Principato  Ledger   Options   Disques Sinthomme  1:18:26 (Pop‑up)
Saadi  Clothesline (Lemonade remix)   Options   Dither Down  1:22:57 (Pop‑up)
Lemon Jelly  the soft track   Options     1:27:40 (Pop‑up)
Lali Puna   Alias:Alienation rmx   Options     1:31:36 (Pop‑up)
Jackie Deshannon  Betty Davis Eyes   Options New Arrangement  Columbia  1:41:47 (Pop‑up)
Piper  I got A feelin (Whos your boyfriend)   Options S/t  A & M Records  1:43:40 (Pop‑up)
Dolly Mixture  Everything and More   Options   respond  1:49:06 (Pop‑up)
Incredible Force of Junior  Driving in your car   Options Single  Up  1:51:25 (Pop‑up)
Heavenly  C is the heavenly option   Options Le Jardin de Heavenly  K  1:54:00 (Pop‑up)
Coating  Kids   Options single  M'Lady's  1:57:14 (Pop‑up)
Fireballs, The  Groovy Motions   Options Bottle of Wine    2:02:25 (Pop‑up)
First Choice   Love Freeze   Options   Philly Groove Records  2:03:09 (Pop‑up)
Sof Touch  Look Up, Look Down   Options single  Century  2:06:37 (Pop‑up)
Hugh Masekela  I guess I just wasn't made for these times   Options Latest    2:09:48 (Pop‑up)
Melody Stewart  Living for the city   Options Single  Totem  2:13:28 (Pop‑up)
The Stairsteps  Everybody is a star   Options S/t  Buddah Records  2:19:55 (Pop‑up)
Blue Sky boys  Banks of the ohio   Options     2:26:58 (Pop‑up)
Ethiopians  Im gonna take over   Options   Studio One  2:29:16 (Pop‑up)
Skin FLesh and Bones  Jazz Power   Options   spider man  2:31:47 (Pop‑up)
Gil Scott Heron & Jamie xx  NY is Killin Me   Options We're New Here    2:35:26 (Pop‑up)
3rd Man  Pleasure Recycled   Options single  Uniton Records  2:40:56 (Pop‑up)
Mark Beer  Love Dances warm   Options single  Rough Trade  2:45:29 (Pop‑up)
Lone  Cloud 909   Options Emerald Fantasy Tracks    2:49:30 (Pop‑up)
Paul White  Hustle (bullion remix)   Options One eye open    2:54:23 (Pop‑up)
Patti Austin  Day by Day   Options single  Columbia  2:57:04 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  12:03pm pierre:

bonjour !
  12:04pm yair yona (tel aviv):

oohh, I love this song.
  12:04pm duane:

  12:04pm listener mark:

I played 'guess the artist' and lost. Thought it was 'Depeche Mode.'
  12:06pm Cecile:


I just realized that you and Diane only have one different letter in your names.
  12:06pm vanessa:

yay, duane! love your shows, glad you're here today.
  12:07pm john:

this song sure is a lot like that jeremy jay "airwalker" song huh?
  12:08pm Lawrence Kan:

I guess this means 5,000 factory farmers can all be wrong.
  12:08pm duane:

You guys are awesome!
  12:12pm powiva:

give it to me!
  12:12pm Brian in UK:

Singles only today. Yipee.

Cecile, did I tell you that Andrea Arnold is remaking Wuthering Heights. Seems a strange choice after gritty realism.
  12:13pm Cecile:

Yeah, you did. that's such a psycho book. Never one of my faves. But there's a lot of raw emotion in it. Could get some grit in there.
  12:15pm Brian in UK:

Short term memory shot.! Get down with the kids on't moors. Eee by gum.
  12:15pm Cecile:

Hey, Duane, got any Gibson Brothers? I knew not a thing about them until last week and now I can't get enought.
  12:17pm duane:

Gibson Brothers.."CUba" They are great..don' think i broght them this week. Awesome use of that song in "The Bitch"..the 70's disco sex movie with Joan Collins
  12:18pm Cecile:

I love the global flavor. Martinique by way of France and huge in Germany
  12:19pm Cecile:

I have to see that, Duane. I heard it was camptastic.
  12:20pm Ike:

Great sounds! And you don't have competition from Tony Coulter on the alternate stream today, as happens every other week or so in this slot.
  12:21pm duane:

Cecile: The Stud & The Bitch are two of my biggest life influnces and their respective soundtracks. *distant far away look*
  12:24pm Cecile:


For me it was "Sounder" and "Star Wars."
  12:26pm Cecile:

Your influences are much racier and more exotic!
  12:27pm Cecile:

OH. And the Shaft soundtrack. That was major.
  12:29pm Adrian in London:

Loving this set, Duane. Keeping me vaguely sane until I can leave office hell in half an hour.
  12:30pm duane:

Cecile: I might've been the only 12 year old in the mid-eighties staying up to watch the Italian soft-porn on skinemax for the soundtracks, and set design..LOL
  12:32pm Brian in UK:

Did Taj Mahal do the Sounder S/T?
  12:34pm Lacy:

Duane - I'm going to assume that was pre-Lincoln.
  12:34pm listener mark:

found my glow sticks ! let us dance !
  12:35pm Cecile:

He did, Brian! I have it saved on my DVR forever because the movie isn't on DVD or VHS as far as I know, and the sdtk is way out of print. A crime! It was a multi-Oscar nominee. And it was the first movie in a theatre I ever paid to see twice. I was a big 10 years old at the time.

Prolly. LOLOLOLOLOLOL! that's awesome, Duane.
  12:35pm duane:

Lacy: LOL..oh know that was straight up Lincoln!!
  12:36pm lowdirt:

great mix Duane!
  12:39pm Lacy:

Well, what else were you going to do, I guess.
  12:42pm Brian in UK:

I remember the book coming out over here as a Puffin, the childrens imprint of Penguin, when I worked in a childrens bookshop. It had the film cover.
  12:46pm Cecile:

I used to have the Scholastic book of it. Wish I still had it.

The book is different, a little sadder but still uplifting at the end.
  12:47pm Cecile:

WOW. Deep cuts from the dude who wrote the theme to the Young and the Restless!
  12:48pm Cecile:

Ok, Duane. You have any Loleatta Holloway? She passed recently. *pours white wine spritzer in the gutter*
  12:50pm duane:

Cecile: hmmm..let me check
  12:54pm Cecile:

found a pre-movie copy of the book for under $4 . Nice.
  12:57pm ralphsanders6:

Asha Was that who was singing like Dona Summer,s Balllywood style love me baby. I think I use to date her in the 1970,s
  12:58pm Cecile:

YES. Sr. Rosetta.
  1:16pm Cecile:

Fotomaker! I remember Stereo Review just ripping them a whole new one back in the 70s. they are quite pleasant. But then when you had Stevie and EWF and any number of people at full power, I guess pleasant was a rip.
  1:16pm Cecile:

there was one guy from the Raspberries and one guy from the Rascals in that, right?
  1:17pm duane:

Yup! Raspberries/Rascals combo!
  1:19pm Cecile:

Man, if knowing Stereo Review by heart from 1971-1980 was a career booster, I'd be posting this on my private jet.
  1:24pm glenn:

isn't stereo review kinda guy geeky?
  1:26pm glenn:

on the other hand, i have every issue of fine homebuilding, f. woodworking, f. cooking and f. gardening. and lots of doubles to boot.
  1:27pm Cecile:

And your point?
  1:27pm Cecile:

I didn't read much of the stereo stuff, mostly reviews.
  1:27pm G:

check on top of his head, cecile :-P
  1:28pm Ike:

I guess Stereo Review was before my time? I always liked Option. And wasn't there one called B-Side?
  1:29pm Cecile:

I remember when Option was O-P. And SR had morphed into Home Audio or something like that. It was popular because it was the only music magazine lots of parents and school libraries would allow in the 70s.
  1:32pm glenn:

i have a friend named majero, pronounced my arrow. so named because her parents were watching the point on t.v. when she was conceived.
  1:32pm Ike:

There WAS an audiophile magazine in my local library with record reviews. Hmm. Maybe that WAS Stereo Review. I can't remember. Whatever it was, they bashed My Bloody Valentine's "Loveless," calling it "nasty canned music" or some such! Har har!
  1:34pm glenn:

home audio. i think that's right. i find it very ironic that when most people can finally afford a truly great stereo system, they no longer have the hearing to enjoy it.
  1:35pm Cecile:

They were pretty conservative, even when they were out there. Still Lester Bangs wrote for em in the 70s, occasionally Steve Simels was aight, and their jazz critic was great - he was championing Sam Rivers and Steve Lacy. They really covered folk and musicals well. I went and bought a Ben Bagley Painted Smiles Revue record for a quarter for sentimental reasons last year because of them.
  1:36pm Cecile:

The great Phyl Garland and Vince Aletti wrote for them from time to time.
  1:37pm Lacy:

Schools are on break this week!
  1:37pm Cecile:

it's Easter Week. But still...
  1:42pm Brian in UK:

Why does anyone need a truly great stereo system when most of the good stuff was recorded on 2/4 track. Unless you want to listen to dead peoples music like Pink Floyd.
  1:42pm glenn:

oh dear.
  1:43pm dc pat fc:

I swear I just heard "She's got baby Jesus eyes"!!!
  1:43pm jaycjay:

Heh. I have that Fotomaker LP. Two members of the group are in the rock hall of fame, after all!
  1:43pm Ike:

Are there still Shell stations? As a kid, I liked the old chestnut, "Why did the turtle cross the road? To get to the Shell station!" but that may not make sense now.
  1:44pm dale:

i knew a girl with betty rubble eyes.
  1:44pm glenn:

well, especially in these days of ipods and mp3s. but a pristine vinyl album played on a great stereo is a thing of beauty. and a thing of beauty is a joy forever.
  1:44pm Cecile:

  1:45pm Cecile:

glenn, even on a crappy stereo....
  1:45pm Cecile:

where's Carm?
  1:46pm dc pat fc:

standard joke for kids and adults alike: "Termite walks into a bar and says, 'Where's the bartender?'"
  1:46pm Carmichael:

Boy, did I show up at the right song!
  1:46pm efd:

Sorry to be That Guy -- and I LOVE hearing this song! -- but this is Piper, not Pilot. Featuring a pre-solo Billy Squier.

Great show Duane, really enjoying it!
  1:47pm dc pat fc:

shit, forgot "Termite walks into a bar, slams his fist down on the bar, and says, 'Where's the bartender?'" I think you need the visual..
  1:47pm Brian in UK:

efd Ho ho ho it's magic!!
  1:47pm duane:

efd; I just noticed that right now..thanx!
  1:47pm Carmichael:

Yes, this isn't Pilot. The guitar style gave it away.
  1:48pm glenn:

besides, i like pink floyd. up until the wall anyway. and don't get me started on the awesomeness that is the kinks. or moby grape.
  1:48pm dale:

listen to you audiophiles. all i had access to when i was a kid was the console the folks got at the western auto. high end was maybe fisher stuff but it was nowhere around where i lived
  1:48pm duane:

The damn Wfmu edit monster got me:)
  1:49pm efd:

Not that I would have been upset to hear Pilot, of course.
  1:49pm Cecile:

Oh, PIper. Oh, well. That's Billy Squier, kind of almost as good.
  1:49pm dale:

where's the bar TENDER! HA!!
  1:49pm glenn:

and here we are (most of us) listening to a radio station through crappy computer speakers.
  1:50pm dc pat fc:

dale got it.
  1:50pm efd:

That auto-fill on the artist field can definitely trip one up when entering songs into the playlist system!
  1:50pm Cecile:


dale, the only thing I demanded when I was a teen was a player without a changer. When I didn't get that, I put the fear of God in to my sibs. My one concession to audiophilia. I think I've inherited 90% of my stereo equipemnt from my techie friends.
  1:51pm Brian in UK:

glenn competition got to up your game brother.
  1:51pm Carmichael:

I started with a Kenner Close'N'Play, and went up from there.
  1:52pm glenn:

Sports News Headlines
World Series hero Lenny Dykstra arrested for fraud
  1:52pm dc pat fc:

I still like the sound of am radio which is why I LOVE fmu app on an iPhone w/o earphones..
  1:53pm Ike:

@Glenn@1:49, yeah sadly true right now, though late last night I was listening to Airborne Event and Woody's show via 91.1 on my stereo system at home. BTW those are excellent shows to hit on the archives for anybody who only listens during the day.
  1:53pm Brian in UK:

Was he caught last evening. Headline: Dykestra Manoeuvres in the Dark
  1:55pm dale:

i still have my first receiver i ever bought, a 1977 kenwood 40 kr 4070. i pulled it out recently and plugged er in for 5 minutes of warmth and then a loud hum. old caps dried out. anyone know how hard they are to change out?

i have a 40 watt marantz from that period too. then when i made money i bought NAD stuff. still prefer the big glow-y dial.
  1:55pm Nails:

Actually, he was arrested last week. Wednesday, I think.
  1:56pm chris:

Schoolhouse Rock for the dating crowd!
  1:57pm Nails:

OK, wiki says "Thursday night" so your "Manoeuvers" joke works.
  1:58pm glenn:

i don't know. he was selling stuff that was enjoined by his bankruptcy trustee. but why couldn't he have sold one of the two multi million dollar homes he owned before declaring bankruotcy? rich people confuse me sometimes. actually most of the time.
  1:59pm glenn:

i have NAD stuff. i quite like it. changing the capacitors is probably easier than finding them.
  1:59pm Carmichael:

I bought Pioneer SX-1080 receiver in 1979, and it still runs like a champ (in my garage). I still use my quartz-lock turntable to this day.
  2:00pm Nails:

Two separate arrests, apparently. Wednesday was for fraud, Thursday unrelated arrest for an attempt to buy a stolen car.
  2:00pm Cecile:

glenn, if he had any sense with money or knew anyone who had sense with money, he wouldn't be in that pickle. Simple as that. that doesn't mean I don't feel for him . That sucks.
  2:01pm Cecile:

I have a nice A/R belt drive turntable that just needs a new belt...
  2:02pm Brian in UK:

If he is an thick as our footballers (soccer) and has too much money too young what is a guy to do?
  2:02pm Nails:

He was promoting himself as a financial advisor, so I suppose owning two homes is better PR than owning just one.
  2:03pm Brian in UK:

Cecile with proper play & reward a hamster could do a good job on that turntable.
  2:04pm Cecile:

I know! Love it.
  2:04pm randy in NC:

@Dale NAD is good stuff. I still have mine. There's a thrift shop here that I volunteer at. We get lots of good discarded audiophile-like stuff. We had some huge Fisher speakers from the 60's that still sounded good come in a while back. The things that go on all these are the big caps (as you found out), and the rubber belts in the turntables and cassette recorders. Replacing the power supply caps is not too critical as long as the voltages and values are at least as large as what was there.
  2:05pm Cecile:

Really, nails?

Being a financial advisor is like being a nutritionist - you can just say you are one. Not like being a dietitian or a certifified financial planner.
  2:06pm Cecile:

and I've had two sets of family members get burned big time by real estate. I don't have the stomach for that. one house is plenty.
  2:09pm dale:

i thought i'd look at mousers for caps. have to open the unit up first to see the values. how do you discharge any juice still hanging out in there? a couple of years ago i got an early 60s telefunkun bajazzo am/fm/shortwave for $5 at the salvay. i love days like that.
  2:11pm dc pat fc:

hey, wild version of I guess I just....
  2:13pm Nails:

Apparently Dykstra got burned in real estate too. Bought the Gretzky mansion for $17.5 million, and did put it on the market before filing for bankruptcy, asking $24.5 originally. Nobody bit. As of last year, it's valued at about $11 million.
  2:14pm duane:

dc pat: Yeah this Masekela album is great..and cheap when you find it
  2:15pm randy in NC:

If the unit is humming, the cap is likely dead anyway so no worry about charge storage. Or just wait a few minutes after powering it down. Look for the cap to be puffed up or distorted. Besides Mouser, you might just check your local Radio Shack too. I think I priced those Fisher speakers at $7. Nice walnut veneer, back in the day when speakers were furniture.
  2:15pm Dominick:

The capacitors should be discharged a few minutes after the unit is turned off and unplugged.
  2:17pm Wendy:

Hey Duane...just thought I'd let you know you have two listeners sitting here on a living room floor in Nebraska. MISS YOU!!!
  2:18pm duane:

Wendy: *Mwaaah*
  2:19pm glenn:

my girlfriend's been in italy for two weeks, i get about ten emails a day from her telling me what she's eating. it's very distracting.
  2:20pm Wendy:

Indeed dear...you have us floor dancing in the middle of the afternoon on a Tuesday. :)
*mwaaah* right back you ya.
  2:24pm Paul:

Where do you do trivia? The Gutter?
  2:27pm duane:

Paul:The Emerson on Myrtle Ave
  2:30pm dc pat fc:

Sooooooo good. Studio One is my best friend...
  2:32pm Paul:

good prizes?
  2:33pm duane:

Paul: $40 Drink Tab..not bad!
  2:38pm Paul:

I go to Pete's in Greenpoint. It's only a 25$ tab but the competition is good.
  2:39pm glenn:

i hate to be THAT guy too, but it's sister rosetta thArpe.
  2:44pm duane:

glenn: damn typo..thanx!
  2:47pm Mike VL:

You do a great freakin' show my friend.
  2:48pm Parq:

Ditto everyone else's praises, Duane. Catch you again soon.
  2:49pm duane:

Thanks Everyone!!!
  2:49pm marq:

marq and a beer
  2:57pm Cecile:

take care, and catch you next time around!
  2:57pm Carmichael:

No, thank YOU.
  2:58pm Wendy:

Thank you Duane...it was good to hear you...looking forward to seeing you again...have a wonderful rest of your day! *hugs*
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